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Old Apr 6, 2007, 1:56 PM   #21
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Hi you might want to try doing some PP on them. Just wanted to show u what a few seconds work can do. If you had shot in RAW you would have had a lot more control in PP and save some of the blown areas a lil



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Old Apr 6, 2007, 3:38 PM   #22
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Regardless of the blown areas, I really like these shots. Lovely woodland and sharp all the way through.


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Hi,

Nice shots!!! Looks like a good place to relax. Who says the kit lens is limited. Any lens is limited only by ones imagination. Keep up the good work!!!

Try a polarizer on the lens it will help.

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Old Jun 10, 2007, 4:31 PM   #24
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I like them, even with some being a bit blown out in places (difficult dynamic range).

The one thing that I noticed right off is that you are using the kit lens. It's examples like this that show the capabilities of the very modest kit lens (I like mine, too, by the way). It might not be the fastest lens around, but it's quite sharp and does a nice job with colors.
I agree totally.



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Hi you might want to try doing some PP on them. Just wanted to show u what a few seconds work can do. If you had shot in RAW you would have had a lot more control in PP and save some of the blown areas a lil



I hate shooting in Raw right now...That may change over time...but for me right now Jpeg is good enough. I did no PP ing on purpose as I wanted these fresh off the camera and lens. Thanks for the kind comments and instructions.



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Regardless of the blown areas, I really like these shots. Lovely woodland and sharp all the way through.


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Thank you Darren, I appreciate that.



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Old Jun 10, 2007, 4:35 PM   #27
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Nice shots!!! Looks like a good place to relax. Who says the kit lens is limited. Any lens is limited only by ones imagination. Keep up the good work!!!

Try a polarizer on the lens it will help.

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Thank you Rudy. I have a Cokin filter system I will be using with this lens later.



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